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Compound and Complex Sentences. A brief review. Complex Sentences. Complex sentences have one independent and one or more dependent clauses. Dependent clauses are introduced by subordinators . Common subordinators. Time when while as soon as whenever before after.

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Compound and complex sentences

Compound and Complex Sentences

A brief review


Complex sentences

Complex Sentences

Complex sentences have one independent and one or more dependent clauses. Dependent clauses are introduced by subordinators.


Common subordinators

Common subordinators

Time

when

while

as soon as

whenever

before

after


More subordinators

More Subordinators

  • ContrastCause

  • Although Since

  • Even though Because

  • while


  • Examples

    Examples

    • 1. After the sun dipped below the horizon, the clouds began to turn pink and purple.

    • 2. Plants are important because they turn the sun’s energy into food.

    • 3. As soon as Claudia finished her test, she met her friends in the cafeteria.


    Compound sentences

    Compound Sentences

    • II. Compound sentences have two or more independent clauses connected by a coordinate conjunction or a transition word.


    Coordinate conjunctions

    Coordinate conjunctions

    • The coordinate conjunctions are:

      and , but , so, yet, for, nor, or.


    Examples1

    Examples

    • It was a cold , rainy , windy day, but we decided to go to the beach.

    • Martin wanted to learn new skills and get a better job, so he decided to come to college.


    Common transition words

    Common Transition words

    • Howeverin addition

    • Neverthelessfurthermore

    • Thereforemoreover

    • Consequentlyfor example

    • As a resultindeed


    Examples2

    Examples

    • My neighbors were not able to pay their mortgage; as a result, they had to sell their house.

    • San Francisco is a beautiful, exciting city;however, it is a very expensive place to live.


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